Community infant school (urban with linked area)

​Oversubscription admission criteria

Places will be allocated to pupils who have a statement of special educational needs that names the school as appropriate provision. When there are more applications for places than there are places available, priority will be given in the following order:

  1. Children in public care or previously in public care but immediately after being looked after became subject to an adoption, residence or special guardianship order.
  2. Pupils who live in the linked area. 
  3. Pupils with an older brother or sister continuing at the school or the linked junior school at the time of admission of the younger child. 
  4. Pupils who live closer to the school than any other school. 
  5. Other pupils.

If the admission number is exceeded within criterion (2) or (4) priority will be given to those who live furthest from their nearest alternative school. If the admission number is exceeded within any other criterion priority will be given to those who live closest to the school.

Schools with these oversubscription admission criteria

  • Higham Ferrers Nursery and Infant School
  • Park Infant School (Raunds)
  • South End Infant School
  • St James Infant School (Daventry)
  • Waynflete Infant School
  • Whitefriars Infant School

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